Kate was recommended to try out the Malling Centenary variety of the fruit which is now supplied to the Championships in SW19. "It's so good to have people like that, just to know and she's such a fan of the sport".
Asked before Saturday's match which one person she would want watching in the royal box, she said: "Kate". Just days earlier, Kate attended with British tennis players Katie Boulter and Anne Keothavong, where they supported Brit Harriet Dart, who played against the U.S.'s Christina McHale.
Meghan Markle and sister-in-law Kate Middleton attended day 12 of the 2019 Wimbledon Tennis Championships together on Saturday to watch the Duchess of Sussex's BFF Serena Williams compete in the Ladies Singles Final, which she lost to Romania's Simona Halep.
Hasan Hasanov, 58, told The Sun: 'I had no idea she was there!'
This also won't be the last royal appearance at Wimbledon.
This year's coin toss is a little different - the specially commissioned coins have been to space and back.
Furthermore, the two were seen at matches separately as well during this year's tournament.
Wimbledon chairman Philip Brook said the coins "symbolise our collective pursuit of greatness".
Claiming Diana's "last words to me that night still sound like the best advice any royal ear could be lucky enough to hear", the ex assistant revealed she had interpreted his advice as "keeping quiet and getting on with the job". At this point, it's one of the royal family's favorite pastimes for sure!
Poldark star Aidan Turner, actress Lily James and Doctor Who's Jodie Whittaker were also spotted among the Wimbledon crowds.